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18 Feb 2013 - 24 Feb 2013
135 articles overall. 57 new, 78 updated.
New articles added
- CryptBox - Biswas, Sumit
CryptBox helps to encrypt and decrypt files using Password Based Encryption (PBE)
- Wrapup Intel Ultrabook - Daniel Egan
This is the third and final post on the Ultrabook that I received from Intel to evaluate.
- PVS.AVPlayer - Peter Vegter
MCI wrapper class library for .NET developers
- WPF Based Bar Diagram Control - Dominik V.
This article is about a simple bar diagram control, which is easy to integrate into an existing WPF application.
- Animator for WinForms - Pavel Torgashov
The component allows you to animate any controls on your WinForms.
New Tips and Tricks added
Tips and Tricks updated
- OpenXML: How do I? - Dane Balia
Struggling to get going with OpenXML here are some basics to give you that boost.....
New Technical Blogs added
- How to save deadlock graph events as .xdl file in SQL Server ? - Rohitmssqlfun
How to save deadlock graph events as .xdl file ? On the File menu, click New Trace, and then connect to an instance of SQL Server. In the Trace Properties dialog box, type a name for the trace in the Trace name box. In the Use the template list, select a trace template on which [...]
- Smart pointers gotchas - Bartlomiej Filipek
Several questions about using smart pointers in modern C++Why auto_ptr is deprecated?Why unique_ptr finally works good?How to use arrays with unique_ptr?Why create shared_ptr with make_shared?How to use arrays with shared_ptr?How to pass smart pointers to functions?While teaching how to use new C++
- Programmatically Create and Deploy SSIS 2012 Project into Catalog Using C# - Sifiso W Ndlovu
AbstractSQL Server Integration Services 2012 comes with a new API for scripting packages which is called MOM – Managed Object Model. In this article, I will demonstrate the scripting of Integration Services Catalog packages using C#.RequirementsMicrosoft Visual Studio 2010 or later ArticleWe b
- Cross-platform Text Editing in 2013 - Terrence Dorsey
I thought it would be a good idea to go back and check on some new developments, both platforms and tools, that may give you some new note-syncing options.
- Adam's Rules of Coding - Adam Zuckerman
These may be obvious to some, but I wanted to get them written down.
- Iterator Pattern - David Corne
This post will be about the Iterator pattern which is a behavioural pattern.
- NTFS rights on user home directories - Kristofer Kallsbo
A quick script that loopes through all folders and checks if there is a user account in the domain; if not it will move the directory to the __unconnected__ folder.
- How to find all child controls from a starting control or form - Adam Zuckerman
I created a couple of extension methods that allow my program to find all of the controls from either a form or a containing control. This code is targeted for .NET 4 Client, but should also work in .NET 3.5.Module WinformControlExtensions ''' ''' Recursively find all child controls for a form
- How to display a control's hierarchy as a string - Adam Zuckerman
I created an extension method that allows my program to find all of a control's parents' names. It returns a string separated overrideable delimiter (::). This code is targeted for .NET 4 Client, but should also work in .NET 3.5.Module WinformControlExtensions ''' ''' Find all of the control's
- The server principal “xxxx” is not able to access the database “msdb” under the current security context. - Rohitmssqlfun
Problem : Yesterday Night, One of my team member called & report that some users are getting below error no. 1 while connection to SQL server & error no. 2 while trying to open Management folder. Error 1 : Cannot display policy health state at the server level, because the user doesn’t have permissi
- Under which user your SQL Agent Job run : SQL Agent Service Account or SQL Agent Job Owner ? - Rohitmssqlfun
Today, I am willing to do demo that under which user my SQL Agent Job run, SQL Agent Service Account or SQL Agent Job Owner ? Normally, We think its SQL Agent Service account user under which SQL jobs runs. But it’s not true in all cases, It depend on your Job owner permissions.
- The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘sp_start_job’, database ‘msdb’, schema ‘dbo’. - Rohitmssqlfun
Issue : Today I have read one issue over one forum, One user is having below 3 DB roles on MSDB but whenever user try to run SQL Agent job, it get below error message.
- How to build self descriptive web API [part I] - Tamir Khason
Some time ago I spoke on Microsoft user group about subject oriented programming and web services which speaking natural language. Now, when I have some time, I can explain how to build your web front api to be readable by humans, rather, than by robots. So, let’s start.
- Determining nil in an XML element - Adam Zuckerman
I have been trying to find a way to determine if an XML element is marked as null. There isn't built in support in .NET 4 or earlier versions. So, after doing some research (Dimuthu's Blog: XML Schema nillable=“true” vs minOccurs=“0”, XLinq xsi:nil=“true”, Do XML parsers tell the difference betwee
Technical Blogs updated
- Eccentricity in programming languages - Mukit, Ataul
Over the years, now almost a decade with bits and bytes (at an abstract level), I have had to come to terms with some (not many) strange programming language constructs in a variety of programming languages. On second thought, not so much the constructs, rather some of
- My Own HTML - Mukit, Ataul
Initially, I set off to write quite a big post about how I want my version of HTML to be, offering more simplicity and capability by having a few tags included in the already existing version.Then I realized, there is no need to write an elongated post, it is possible
- Fun is Justification Enough - Jonathan Cardy
It’s taken me a long time to realize that as long as I enjoy sitting writing the code, that’s the only justification I need. Anything else is a bonus.
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